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done for the public good without compensation

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The ABA Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service honored Blackwell, along with four others, at the Pro Bono Publico Awards Assembly Luncheon at the ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco.
Under her leadership, the firm has received a number of awards for its pro bono work including the 2011 Adams Pro Bono Award from the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, the 2010 ABA Pro Bono Publico Award and the 2009 Thurgood Marshall Award from the Boston Bar Association.
Named in honor of John Adams and John Quincy Adams, the Adams Pro Bono Publico Awards recognize individual lawyers, small and large firms, government attorney offices, corporate law departments, and other institutions in the legal profession in Massachusetts that have enhanced the human dignity of others by improving or delivering volunteer legal services to the poor and disadvantaged.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- Tonight, Alan Siegel, Founder and CEO of pioneering strategic brand consultancy Siegel+Gale, will receive a Pro Bono Publico Award from The Legal Aid Society.
Recently Mintz Levin received the prestigious ABA Pro Bono Publico Award in recognition of the firm's "outstanding commitment to volunteer legal services" in connection with work leading to the passage of a landmark sexual assault, stalking and harassment law in Massachusetts.
Routinely ranked among the top law firms working in the pro bono field, the firm has won numerous awards in this area including the 2007 John Minor Wisdom Public Service and Professionalism Award, the 2006 National Law Journal Pro Bono Award, and the Legal Aid Society's Exceptional Pro Bono Publico and Public Service Law Firm Award for 2000.
Jacqueline Valdespino of Coconut Grove will receive one of the 2003 American Bar Association Pro Bono Publico Awards during the ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco at a noon luncheon August 11 at the Moscone Center.
The program -- Holocaust Survivors Justice Network -- was a 2009 recipient of the American Bar Association's Pro Bono Publico award, among other national honors.
Pro bono publico (often shortened to pro bono) is a phrase derived from Latin meaning "for the public good," and is often used to describe the provision of free legal services to those who cannot afford it.
I see government lawyers as public servants who work pro bono publico full time.
will receive the American Bar Association's (ABA) prestigious Pro Bono Publico Award in recognition of the firm's "outstanding commitment to volunteer legal services" in connection with work leading to the passage of a landmark sexual assault, stalking and harassment law in Massachusetts.
The Court noted that "in the best pro bono publico tradition of the New York City law firms, Sullivan & Cromwell.
The recipient of the American Bar Association's 2009 Pro Bono Publico Award, the firm has also been recognized by The American Lawyer, the Pro Bono Institute, the Lawyers Alliance, the Law Society of England and Wales, among others.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Sidley Austin LLP announced today that the firm has received the 2007 ABA Pro Bono Publico Award for its ongoing commitment to providing pro bono legal services.
In law, I'm sure you all know, we use the term pro bono, derived from the Latin phrase pro bono publico -- meaning for the good of the public.